Maintaining your vehicle can go a long way to keeping it out of auto repair shops and out on the road where it belongs. One important component of keeping your car in good running condition is tire rotation. Joe’s Service Department of Indianapolis wants to give you three reasons why you should have an auto mechanic rotate your tires.
Your tires are what keep your vehicle on the road. You cannot be too careful with the tires and your car’s suspension system. You may need a tire rotation or inspection (and possible alignment) if you’ve noticed that your car is vibrating or if your tires look cracked or worn. You definitely want to have an auto repair shop look at your tires if they do not seem to stay inflated properly.
2. Life of Your Tires
Tires wear differently, according to Edmunds.com, depending on whether they’re located in the front or back of your vehicle. Tire rotation is important to extend the life of your tires.
3. Smooth Ride
Improperly aligned or unbalanced tires can result in a bumpy ride. Avoid all that vibrating by getting regular tire rotation as well as wheel alignment and balancing services.
How often should you get a tire rotation? The answer likely depends on the make and model of your vehicle (so check your owner’s manual), but many experts agree that every 7,500 miles or every six months may be a good guideline for most car owners.
Do you have additional questions about tire rotation? Ready to schedule an appointment? Choose Joe’s Service Department—a local auto repair shop with superior service and customer satisfaction. In addition to tire rotation, we also offer oil change, car repair, brake repair, and car tune-ups. Contact Joe’s Service Department today by calling 317-405-8456.